By Dominic Ponsford | 27 Apr 2016
The Sun today apologised again for its 1989 coverage of the Hillsborough disaster as Liverpool supporters were cleared by an inquest jury of blame for the tragedy in which 96 died.
By Dominic Ponsford | 26 Apr 2016
The Sun today declined to comment on the Hillsborough inquest verdict has Liverpool fans were cleared of blame The Sun and Hillsborough: Tabloid issued front-page apology in 2012 for 'blackest day in its history'for the tragedy in which 96 people died.
By William Turvill | 19 Apr 2014
Press Gazette revealed in January that the comedian had launched legal action after The Sun on Sunday carried a front page story saying Brand had cheated on girlfriend Jemima Khan with a glamour model.
By Press Gazette | 21 Mar 2014
The publisher of the Reading Chronicle has apologised "unreservedly" for a front-page article appearing to link football hooliganism with the Hillsborough stadium tragedy.
Liverpool Echo
By Gavriel Hollander | 06 Jun 2013
Liverpool Echo editor on 'the most moving experience I've had in journalism'
By William Turvill | 17 May 2013
The Liverpool Echo won four awards at the 2012 Regional Press Awards, garnering particular praise for its successful Hillsborough campaign.
Kelvin MacKenzie. Pic: Reuters/Paul Hackett
By Press Gazette | 28 Sep 2012
South Yorkshire Police chief constable David Crompton has said his force won't apologise to former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie over the lies its officers told which led to an infamous Sun front page.
Kelvin MacKenzie. Pic: Reuters/Paul Hackett
By Andrew Pugh | 26 Sep 2012
Kelvin MacKenzie has reportedly instructed his lawyers to seek an apology from South Yorkshire Police over his “personal vilification” following The Sun’s coverage of the Hillsborough disaster.
Channel 4 News presenter Alex Thomson questions Kelvin MacKenzie
By Dominic Ponsford | 18 Sep 2012
Alex Thomson doorstepped former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie this afternoon to quiz him about the events of 23 years ago when The Sun ran its infamous THE TRUTH front page about the Hillsborough disaster.
By PA Mediapoint | 14 Sep 2012
A former Conservative MP named as one of the sources behind The Sun's controversial coverage of the Hillsborough tragedy today said he was "deeply and sincerely sorry" for the part he played in the scandal.
Boris Johnson
By Press Gazette | 14 Sep 2012
Boris Johnson yesterday said he was "very, very sorry" for comments made in a 2004 Spectator article about Liverpool fans involved in the Hillsborough disaster.
The Sun
By Dominic Ponsford | 13 Sep 2012

Both current Sun editor Dominic Mohan and his predecessor Kelvin MacKenzie issued apologies yesterday for The Sun's reporting of the Hillsborough disaster.

By PA Mediapoint | 13 Aug 2012

A son beat his retired BBC journalist father to death with a hammer in a "shocking and gruesome" attack at the country cottage they shared, a court heard today.

By Andrew Pugh | 09 Dec 2011

Kelvin MacKenzie has been threatened with legal action following his claim that The Sun's infamous 1989 front page story about the Hillsborough disaster came from a 'Liverpool news agency and Liverpool journalists".

By PA Media Lawyer | 18 Aug 2011

The Government is to appeal against a ruling that Margaret Thatcher's discussions about the Hillsborough tragedy should be made public.

By Press Gazette | 26 Oct 2010

Maurice Neill pays tribute to Northern Ireland newspaper publisher William Henderson:

By Jun Merrett | 10 Jun 2010

Alan Powell has stepped down as the editor of the Sheffield Star after 44 years in journalism to be replaced by acting editor John Furbisher.

By Dominic Ponsford | 08 Apr 2010

The BBC dominates the journalism categories for the Sony Radio Academy Awards – but LBC radio host Nick Ferrari puts in a strong showing for the commercial sector with five nominations for his talk show.

By Press Gazette | 23 Feb 2010

The Daily Telegraph and Guardian lead the nominations in this year's British Press Awards with 19 shortlisted entries each.

By Rachael Gallagher | 30 May 2008

New Labour might be falling out of favour, but incoming New Statesman editor Jason Cowley believes this could be an opportunity to build sales, because the left-leaning weekly has, in the past, done better when Labour is in opposition.